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DJ facing the music after police get drug tip-off

A Phnom Penh DJ is spinning nothing but the blues after his arrest on Tuesday.

Police learned the man and his still-in-high school girlfriend were involved in a drug-trafficking operation, following a tip gleaned from a day-long interrogation session with a recent arrestee, who coughed up the duo’s locale.

The raid that followed saw police confiscate a white Lexus GS300, two guns, a moto and a plethora of powdered meth, which had been color coded in shades of white, red, grey, yellow and green for easy sorting.

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